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Global ban on nuclear trade with India has been lifted-
How much useful it is for India?

Asked by anantharaman, 07 Sep '08 01:13 pm
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1. India will be recognised as a nuclear power
2.Hopes that India will be a permanent UN Security Council member
3.After 50 years of isolation, India will have the opportunity to say something, in world forums like UN, WTO and World monetary lending institutions, and be heard. This was not the case previously. Reasons India had no clout. With western economies in the future, tied more and more with India, the latters clout will improve. There will be frequent inter-government exchanges on matters of mutual interest. India could become a full member of the select group of G-8 members. Gone will be the days that US politicians will heap scorn on India, the way they are doing it today. The Indo US Nuclear deal is in fact dumping the past and unlocking the hidden potential of the future. In addition Pakistan may get the cue and begin a rethink of its policies towards India.
3. And last but not the least we all know what nuclear power means and what it can do to improve our power si ...more
Answered by gem mina, 07 Sep '08 02:33 pm

 
  
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Under the agreement, which will need to be approved by the U.S. Congress, India would have access to U.S. nuclear fuel and technology for its civilian nuclear power plants. That would happen even though New Delhi, which tested nuclear weapons in 1974 and 1998, has declined to join international non-proliferation agreements.

In return, India has promised that it would not transfer the fuel and equipment to its weapons program, and it would allow the International Atomic Energy Agency to inspect at least 14 of its 22 nuclear plants.

The plan would also expand U.S.-India cooperation in energy and satellite technology.
Answered by Jack Johnson, 07 Sep '08 06:06 pm

 
  
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We can sell our nuclear technology to oters which is much superior compare to west
Answered by ashwani agarwal, 07 Sep '08 04:44 pm

 
  
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Firstly it will solve the energy problem faced by the country to a great extent. It will enhance our status significantly causing fear in the minds of our trouble some neighbors.
Answered by Good Citizen, 07 Sep '08 03:07 pm

 
  
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I feel it will energise the India Lets hope the best
Answered by kishore kumar patnaik, 07 Sep '08 02:33 pm

 
  
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It is very beneficial for the country, that is what the politicians in the ruling front say.
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 07 Sep '08 02:06 pm

 
  
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Better research in the field,oppurtunities of jobs,improvement of generation of power from nuclear fussion and more over financial transactions with US and also invension \s of any new nuclear weapon and off-course if negligance takes place some hazordious nuclear accident.
Answered by ashokkumar, 07 Sep '08 01:19 pm

 
  
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Many ways , first let it end the power sheddings in the country atleast inthe near future.
Answered by anand babu, 07 Sep '08 01:15 pm

 
  
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It is very useful in every field
Answered by neera bhatt, 07 Sep '08 01:14 pm

 
  
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